Robert Menzies: 1944-1978
Melbourne University Press, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 596 pages
This long-awaited second volume of Allan Martin’s unrivaled biography of Rober Menzies describes and analyzes the flowering of policies and practices foretold in his best-selling first volume. Beginning with the birth of the Liberal Party, the second volume completes the monumental contribution to Australian political biography and is complemented by unique photographs.
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